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Joomla blog posts from around the web (33/11)

Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 33: joomla-week-33

• Jaguar Uses Joomla
• Building on the Platform
• Joomlatools is Bound for Brazil!
• Grid2 Joomla 1.7 Template now available
• Focus - A responsive Joomla Template
• A small update to the Joomlabamboo profile area
• How to reorder modules in Joomla 1.7
• Spam Registration in Joomla / Virtuemart

 

Jaguar Uses Joomla

Written by Steve Burge

Jaguar is a world-famous brand of British luxury cars. Their cars are used by the British Royal Family and have appeared in hundreds of movies.  Their website in Greece has just relaunched on Joomla: http://www.jaguar.gr. The site uses K2 and Maxi Menu CK.  Jaguar and Joomla

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Building on the Platform

Written by Elin Waring

If you missed the happy twittering, last week at the Joomla! Day Chicago there was a spontaneous gathering of developers--yes, that includes you Ryan Ozimek--shut up in a room having a  great time writing platform applications. As Nicholas  Dionysopoulos said to me “I guess that will put an end to the incessant "why did we have to separate the platform from the CMS" question. To be honest, I had the same question myself, until Joomla!

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Joomlatools is Bound for Brazil!

Written by Myra

We are bringing the magic of DOCman to the city of Florianopolis, Brazil on September 2-4. Our very own Johan Janssens will be one of the four international speakers recognized as the most important members of Joomla in their areas who will be part of the Joomladay festivities that only Brazil can truly offer!  Johan will be doing a keynote about the future of Joomla and lead a workshop on document management in Joomla with DOCman. Two talks not to miss!

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Grid2 Joomla 1.7 Template now available

Written by  Anthony Olsen

After a little bit of a hiatus on the Joomla 1.7 template releases I am very happy to announce the availability of the Grid2 Joomla 1.7 Template. If you are unfamiliar with Grid2 you can see the template overview or the live demo.  We released Grid2 back in June 2010, as follow up to the original Grid template and it's been a massively popular template with photographers, artists and well pretty much anyone who liked the display of the grid layout on the front page.

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Focus - A responsive Joomla Template

Written by  Anthony Olsen

This is just a small update on the progress of the Focus Joomla Template that should be available for you to play with next week sometime. I've been having a bit of fun playing with media queries and for those browsers that can handle media queries - Don't worry I'm not looking at you internet explorer - the template will resize very nicely and rearrange some key elements to make them accessible at all screen resolutions.

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How to reorder modules in Joomla 1.7

Written by  Anthony Olsen

Sometimes it's the little things that trip you up ... and so it was the other night that Paul Bundred and I tried to figure out how to reorder modules in the Joomla 1.7 module manager. It turned out to be one of those things that took 20 minutes to figure out and a little bit of swearing at the screen but was ultimately solved in two simple steps.

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Spam Registration in Joomla / Virtuemart

Written by Thomas Kahl

During the last days we received a huge number of new users. Normally, we are happy about this - but these users were no "real" users. We received about 50 new registered users per hour, which was really annoying, because they obviously were no new customers. They were registered by (i guess) script kiddies. I really don't like "captchas", because the only annoy the real user. So we had to find another way.  If you also have this kind of "users" and your shop only needs the registration during the checkout (like vm-expert.com), you may find the following solution helpful (though it needs a hack):

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